*  The Reynolds Pamphlet (song) - Wikipedia
"The Reynolds Pamphlet" is the fourteenth song from Act 2 of the musical Hamilton, based on the life of Alexander Hamilton, ... In the case of the song "The Reynolds Pamphlet" the main differences are: Jefferson, Madison and Burr did not approach Hamilton ... The song refers to the pamphlet penned by Alexander Hamilton in July 1797 (whose original title was Observations on Certain ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Printed Version of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", 1797". Founders Online. Isenberg, Nancy (2007). Fallen ...
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*  Hamilton (musical) - Wikipedia
Hamilton then published the Reynolds pamphlet.[125] In "Blow Us All Away", George Eacker and Philip Hamilton engage in a duel, ... "Leads Announced for Chicago 'Hamilton'" Playbill, July 13, 2016. *^ "Hamilton - Official Broadway Site - Get Tickets". Hamilton ... "Alexander Hamilton's Adultery and Apology". Smithsonian. Retrieved March 24, 2016.. *^ Ron Chernow, Alexander Hamilton, 2004, ... Jefferson and Hamilton debate the merits of Hamilton's financial plan during a Cabinet meeting. Washington pulls Hamilton aside ...
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*  Hamilton (musical) - Wikipedia
Hamilton then published The Reynolds Pamphlet. In "Blow Us All Away", George Eacker and Philip Hamilton engage in a duel, ... Hamilton]", to which Alexander Hamilton replies: "That's true!" In fact it is false. The idea of Hamilton as a serial adulterer ... Jefferson and Hamilton debate the merits of Hamilton's financial plan during a Cabinet meeting. Washington pulls Hamilton aside ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Printed Version of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", 1797". Founders Online. Archived from the original on July 10 ...
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*  Hamilton-Reynolds sex scandal - Wikipedia
... in which Hamilton is initially confronted by Jefferson et al.), "The Reynolds Pamphlet", and "Burn", which depicts Hamilton's ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Printed Version of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", 1797". Founders Online. Retrieved 17 July 2016. Freeman 2002 ... In fact after Hamilton had shown unequivocal signs that he wanted to end the affair in the Autumn of 1791 Hamilton received two ... Hamilton came very close to calling Monroe a liar, and Monroe retorted that Hamilton was a scoundrel and challenged him to a ...
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*  Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton - Wikipedia
Hamilton, Alexander. "Draft of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", July 1797". Founders Online. Hamilton, Alexander. "Printed Version of ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Letter from Alexander Hamilton to Angelica Schuyler Church, 6 March 1795". "To Alexander Hamilton from ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Letter from Alexander Hamilton to Elizabeth Hamilton, 21 July 1797". Founders Online. ... 206-7 Hamilton, John Church (1879). Life of Alexander Hamilton: A History of the Republic of the United States of America, as ...
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*  James T. Callender - Wikipedia
Hamilton published his own pamphlet in response, denying being a party to any improper financial matter, although he confessed ... and Hamilton - and against their policies and failings, that gained him notoriety. In his pamphlet History of 1796, published ... he exposed the sexual relationship between Alexander Hamilton and a married woman, Maria Reynolds and Hamilton's alleged ... His first pamphlet challenged the introduction of an excise tax into American commerce, but it was his invective against ...
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*  Maria Reynolds - Wikipedia
Hamilton published what is known as "The Reynolds Pamphlet," a nearly 100-page-long account of Hamilton's affair with Maria and ... giving her side of the story that Hamilton had told in his Reynolds Pamphlet. If Maria's pamphlet existed, it was never ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Draft of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", July 1797". Founders Online. Reynolds, Maria. "Letter to Alexander ... Hamilton, Alexander. "Draft of the "Reynolds Pamphlet", July 1797". Founders Online. Reynolds, James. "Letter from James ...
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*  John Finlayson (disciple) - Wikipedia
He printed at Edinburgh a couple of pamphlets before repairing to London. In London he was 'in considerable practice as a house ... His descendants make him the second son of Colonel John Hamilton M'Finlay, who married, about 1765, Lady Elizabeth Mary ... Finlayson's pamphlets are scarce; he deposited his stock with Mason, after whose death it was destroyed. He married, in 1808, ... He printed a variety of pamphlets, reiterating Brothers's views, and developing his own peculiar notions of astronomy, for ...
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*  admin, Author at Long Live the Kitty! - Page 2 of 5
Sounds like Hamilton's reputation of being a tomcat is well-deserved.. Although Hamilton did seem to always land on his feet, ... "Reynold's Pamphlet" of 1797. ... Hamilton. "That's true!". They also refer to Alexander Hamilton ... This entry was posted in ask chairman meow, popular and tagged alexander hamilton, george washington, hamilton, Lin Manuel ... This rumor is mentioned in "Hamilton" the musical. Actually, this historical rumor is mentioned in the Broadway show Hamilton, ...
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*  Presidency of George Washington - Wikipedia
Opponents of Hamilton and the administration won several seats in the 1792 Congressional elections, and Hamilton was unable to ... It was immediately reprinted in newspapers and as a pamphlet throughout the United States. Washington makes clear at the outset ... Hamilton, Alexander (1973). The Papers of Alexander Hamilton. Columbia University Press. ISBN 978-0-231-08917-3. Ferling, John ... Now, four years later, he turned to Alexander Hamilton for guidance. Over the course of several months, Hamilton and the ...
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*  Presidency of John Adams - Wikipedia
In October, Hamilton published a pamphlet in which he charged that Adams was "emotionally unstable, given to impulsive and ... Hamilton's influence in the War Department also widened the rift between Federalist supporters of Adams and Hamilton. At the ... Hamilton's scheme was undone, however, when several New England state electors heard of it, conferred, and agreed not to vote ... Rejecting Hamilton's ambitions for the seizure of Spanish territory, Adams refused to meet with Miranda, squashing the plot. ...
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*  John Roberton (1797) - Wikipedia
Roberton was born near Hamilton, Lanarkshire and educated for the medical profession at Glasgow and Edinburgh. He was admitted ... on which he wrote a number of pamphlets between 1831 and 1861. Roberton's advice was largely sought in the discipline in which ... CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) Mottram, J. (1984) "John Roberton, 1797-1876', in ed. W. J. Elwood and A. F. Tuxford ... John Roberton (20 March 1797 - 24 August 1876) was a Scottish physician and social reformer. He was a pioneer of modern ...
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*  George Frederick Stratton - Wikipedia
In 1819 Charles Powell Hamilton sued Stratton in the court of King's Bench to recover money invested in a yellow fever remedy. ... Loudon had published a pamphlet that year on increasing the income from estates, and Stratton leased Tew Lodge Farm to him. ... He matriculated at St John's College, Cambridge in 1797, graduating B.A. in 1801, and M.A. in 1804. He inherited from his ...
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*  Walter Fawkes - Wikipedia
Michael Thomas Sadler (1817). A First Letter to a Reformer, in reply to a pamphlet lately publ. by W. Fawkes, entitled The ... Tate Gallery Hamilton, James. "Fawkes, Walter Ramsden Hawkesworth". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (online ed.). ... Anne, fourth daughter, married Godfrey Wentworth of Wooley Park (1797-1865, a first cousin). Amelia, married in 1828 Digby ...
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*  Swindridgemuir House and estate - Wikipedia
Swindridgemuir was probably designed by the architect David Hamilton and has two storeys, and three bays with an ionic columned ... of Swineridgemuir (sic) taught his tenants and neighbours how to improve peat moss and even published a pamphlet in 1797 ... ... Dobie, Page 50 Dobie, Page 67 "RootsWeb: LANARK-L [LKS] Hamilton, Hammill, Hampie, Hannay". Ancestry.com. Retrieved 20 April ...
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*  John Robertson (minister) - Wikipedia
He had received his own post as minister from the Patronage of the Duke of Hamilton, so he may not have been in sympathy with ... Ewing's animadversions on a pamphlet, entitled, lay-preaching indefensible on Scripture principles. In a letter to the author. ... 1800 followed swiftly by a pamphlet rebutting criticism of his arguments. In 1813 he married Sarah, eldest daughter of William ... He was ordained as assistant minister on 22 August 1797 and took over the Parish as Minister in 1810 on the death of Dr Meek. ...
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*  1847 in Scotland - Wikipedia
First communicated to the Medico-Chirurgical Society of Edinburgh, 10 November, and published in a pamphlet, Notice of a New ... John Hamilton-Gordon, 1st Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, KT, GCMG, GCVO, PC, former Governor General of Canada (died 1934) 22 ... born 1797) 29 August - William Simson, painter best known as a landscapist (born 1798 or 1799; died in London) 20 November - ...
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*  1876 in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia
5 September - William Gladstone's Bulgarian Horrors pamphlet is published. 7 October - first greyhound race to use an ... 8 August Charles Hamilton, children's story writer (died 1961) Sophia Duleep Singh, Princess and suffragette (died 1948) 1 ... born 1797) 19 April - Samuel Sebastian Wesley, organist and composer (born 1810) 24 May - Henry Kingsley, novelist (born 1830) ...
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*  Edward Cooke (1755-1820) - Wikipedia
Cooke married, on 10 August 1791, Isabella, the daughter of Hamilton Gorges of Kilbrew, Co. Meath, an Irish MP. There were no ... He published several political pamphlets during the 1790s. However, his position became difficult during the passage of the ... He was born at Denham, Buckinghamshire, the third but only surviving son of William Cooke (1711-1797), provost of King's ...
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*  Thomas Pinckney - Wikipedia
Alexander Hamilton clashed with Adams over control of the Federalist Party, and he may have worked to elect Pinckney as ... Pinckney published a pamphlet listing factors that he thought led to the rebellion conspiracy and should be prevented in the ... After her death, he married in 1797 her younger sister, Frances, the widow of John Middleton, a cousin of Arthur Middleton. The ... After the election, Pinckney served in the United States House of Representatives from 1797 to 1801. His brother, Charles ...
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*  James Currie (physician) - Wikipedia
London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd. p. 7. Retrieved 3 December 2009. Full text at Internet Archive (archive. ... He was an early advocate of the abolition of slavery and wrote several political letters and pamphlets, including one to ... This pamphlet, Medical Reports on the Effects of Water, Cold and Warm, as a Remedy in Fevers and Other Diseases (1797), had ... Dr Currie used cold water treatments in the successful treatment of a contagious fever in Liverpool "and in 1797 made public ...
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*  Edward Bancroft - Wikipedia
In London, Bancroft sent copies of recent newspapers and pamphlets on current affairs and long letters to Deane to keep the ... James West Davidson and Mark Hamilton Lytle, After the Fact: The Art of Historical Detection (Boston: McGraw Hill, 1982 [sixth ... The following year an anonymous pamphlet, Theodosius, attacked the scientist and clergyman Joseph Priestley by claiming that ... He was also elected a Foreign Honorary Member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1797. Bancroft's wife, Penelope, ...
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*  John Adams - Wikipedia
... refuting line-by-line an 1800 pamphlet by Hamilton which attacked his conduct and character. Though Hamilton had died in 1804 ... Additionally, Hamilton was hard at work, attempting to sabotage the president's reelection. In October, he published a pamphlet ... Hamilton assumed control in the War department, and the rift between Adams' and Hamilton's supporters widened. Many sought to ... Washington wanted Hamilton to be his second-in-command and Adams reluctantly accommodated. It became apparent that Hamilton was ...
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*  Daniel Dulany the Elder - Wikipedia
Dulany led protests against this, writing a pamphlet entitled "The Right of the Inhabitants of Maryland, to the Benefit of the ... Rebecca Rachel Mary Margaret, who married Alexander Hamilton (Maryland doctor) in 1747. Daniel married a third time to ... In 1722 Dulany wrote a pamphlet entitled The Right of the Inhabitants of Maryland, to the Benefit of the English Laws, ... 1722-1797), a noted Maryland Loyalist, Mayor of Annapolis, who played a prominent role in Maryland during the American ...
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*  1720 - Wikipedia
Il teatro alla moda, a satirical pamphlet by Benedetto Marcello, is published anonymously in Venice. The first yacht club in ... Antoine Hamilton, French writer (b. 1646) June 19 - Robert Knox, English sea captain (b. 1641) June 27 - Guillaume Amfrye de ... 1797) May 8 - William Cavendish, 4th Duke of Devonshire, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (d. 1764) May 15 - Maximilian ...
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